I offer weekly individual and group supervision to counsellors and psychotherapists in the Sussex/Surrey area.
I aim to facilitate a supervisory relationship which will enable a collaborative, reflective, open and creative exploration of the work and I hope that this will be mutually beneficial, enriching and enjoyable.
My fee for individual supervision is £75 per session.
I hold a Diploma in Psychoanalytic Supervision and I am a member of BAPPS (British Association for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervision).
Jungian Supervision Group
I offer a one year Jungian supervision group, meeting weekly term time only from September until July. This is an opportunity for therapists from different backgrounds to view their work through a Jungian lens and experience group supervision within a Jungian framework.
No prior knowledge of Jung is required. More important are curiosity, enthusiasm and an openness to thinking about unconscious processes.
The commitment is therefore for one year with 3 terms of ten sessions of 90 minutes each per term; maximum number of five in a group. My fee for the Jungian Supervision Group is £400 per term, payable in advance.
The group has been taking place online using Zoom, but I anticipate offering a group which will meet 'in person' from September 2022.
Jungian analyst August Cwik writes.....
‘Listening analytically is not listening just to what is said but listening to what is just below the surface waiting to be said – or, as the alchemists so aptly phrased it, ‘the search for what not yet is’ (Petrus Bonus 1330). The royal road to apprehending this mercurial element is through the use of the imagination to inform one about the nature of the ‘third thing’ that is being co-created in the analytic situation. Ghent (1989) of the relational school, suggested that all analysts need to find their own ‘credo’ – an expression of his or her own beliefs about how therapy works. This is my ‘credo’ and orienting compass that guides me through the analytic day.’
Cwik, A. J. (2017). Journal of Analytical Psychology 62, 1, 107-129.